Our vision is to provide affordable arts programs for all ages to the Sunshine Coast community. As a non-profit, our ability to continue to fund innovative and creative classes is due in part to funding and grants from community organizations and businesses. Here’s a special thank you!
Long days and warm temperatures mean summer has arrived on the Sunshine Coast. It also means that the Arts Building will be taking a brief hiatus, starting June 15 – September 15. But stay tuned for announcements in July regarding fall classes.
This image is a familiar sight for all who pass by the corner of South Fletcher and Winn Rd. But that’s about to change. The Arts Building and Huckleberry Coast Childcare Society have received a grant from the Sunshine Coast Community Foundation to create an Art and Play Garden in the space between the Arts […]
The Sunshine Coast is swimming with artistic talent. It seems everyone has a creative side that comes out on paper, canvas and clothing. So, have you thought about sharing your passion with aspiring artists? If so, we want to hear from you!
Calling all published and aspiring writers! Let your latest piece take center stage at the Arts Building Open Mic Night for Writers on May 25, 7pm – 9pm.
Create landscape and still life paintings in watercolours that reflect your vision and creative style. Would you like to experience the joy and nuances of working with colour? This course will teach you the basics of watercolour painting and provide a foundation for your own creative expression. You will learn to work with the unique […]
“Little Hands (Big Minds)” is creative play for pre-schoolers (0 – 5 years) and parents each Monday from 10:30am – 12:30pm.
The Children’s Art Co-op happens on Mondays from 3:30- 4:45pm starting April 4 – June 6 for children ages 6-12. $112.50 for all ten weeks or $15 drop-in per class.
A writer needn’t know much in order to begin. But the best writers possess storytelling instincts. Here are three basic (attitudes) to run with all the way to a completed first draft.
When I tell people I am a rug hooker I receive a variety of responses. A common one is, “Oh, I did a rug from a kit years ago.” Often it’s a polite, “oh.” Very few people are familiar with rug hooking as it began in early Canadian and American homes.